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_ _ _ _ ___ | (_) | | | / __) ____ _ _| |_| | _ | |_____| |__ ___ ____ | _ \| | | | | | || \| (___ ) __)___)/ _ ) | | | | |_| | | | |_) ) |/ __/| | |___ ( (/ / | ||_/ \__ |_|_|____/|_(_____)_| (___/ \____) |_| (____/ Overview ======== pyliblzfse is a Python (https://www.python.org/) module that provides LZFSE and LZVN compression and decompression through the reference implementation provided by Apple (https://github.com/lzfse/lzfse). Installation ============ pip3 install pyliblzfse If you are using python 3.7 or higher, you don't need a dev environment to install on macOS or Windows. Building ======== $ git clone --recursive https://github.com/ydkhatri/pyliblzfse $ python setup.py build Usage ===== import liblzfse try: decrypted_data = liblzfse.decompress(encrypted_data) except liblzfse.error: print('liblzfse had an error!') The library expects encrypted_data to be of the form b'bvx*......bvx$'. Notes ===== This is a fork of pylzfse project, which incorporates certain improvements and provides python wheel builds (for 3.7+) so end users do not need to compile it. Credits and Legal Information ============================= pyliblzfse is free and unencumbered software released under the terms of the MIT license; see COPYING for the license text. For a list of its authors and contributors, see AUTHORS. The ASCII art logo at the top was made using http://manytools.org/hacker-tools/ascii-banner